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Old 10-20-2022, 04:45 PM   #1  
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Question Sequins & Jewels Picker

Hey friends! My We R Memory Keepers QuickStik is on it's last bitty portion of stick'em. It should not have run out this soon IMO.

What is your favorite pickup tool for sequins & gems? I need to put one in a shopping cart this Fall.
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That's so funny--mine is too. I see Gina K just came out with one (Pick and Stick tool--currently out of stock) and I like how it looks, but am interested in what others say about there's too.
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Stampin Up has a tool called Take Your Pick.
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I'm still using my clear resist crayon that you get in Easter egg decorating kits. It's been working great for me for years!
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22206894[/url]]I'm still using my clear resist crayon that you get in Easter egg decorating kits. It's been working great for me for years!
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I too will be interested to see what comes up...

There was one that was expensive and a lot of people were gaga over it but I cant remember now which one...big barrel handle, double ended...and I want to say it was like 30 bucks? Few years ago...I dont see it now.

I have a marvy one that is double ended and like 4.50 at walmart. This is a single ended.

https://uchida.com/products/jewel-picker

If I am doing sequins I just use my reverse tweezers. They are hard with rhinestones-they can slip and go popping off into the universe never to be seen again until you step on it one day in bare feet lol

I had one that used sticky something that exuded out-definitely ran out way too fast and I would not do it again.

I was thinking about the studio katia-that is a wax tip and about 9 bucks at SSS. But yet another tip replacement thing and does not seem to come with a cover so is that going to get dusty too? Plus it could leave residue?

Bead tools or nail art tools may also be places for us to look......
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I purchased the Studio Katia one and really like it! It does not seem to leave a residue on anything; I would see it if it did because the tip of mine is black and I use a lot of clear embellishments of all kinds.

I haven't noticed mine collecting dust and I've had mine for well over a year. I do keep it in a little drawer with my other tools when I'm not using it, but I use it just about every time I craft, so it's out a lot. It's also helpful for picking up little bits of paper (in case you enjoy paper piecing or working with die cuts).
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Margot, I think the expensive one is the Crystal Katana. It is still close to $30 at Amazon.

I have never had one of these tools. I just use my pokie tool and move the sequin around then land it in my glue or glue dot. I should invest in a tool as it would be easier.
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Bev,

I buy a multi-pack of cheap from China wax pencils. They make great tools for handling stuff like sequins and tiny gems. If you search ebay for them try "wax picker pencils" in crafts. You can 10 for $5.24 currently.
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Ctmh has what looks like a long wax crayon https://www.closetomyheart.com/retai...15679&ci=22448
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Love my Katana... have had it for probably 10 years, and it still works great.
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I purchased the Studio Katia one and really like it! It does not seem to leave a residue on anything; I would see it if it did because the tip of mine is black and I use a lot of clear embellishments of all kinds.

I haven't noticed mine collecting dust and I've had mine for well over a year. I do keep it in a little drawer with my other tools when I'm not using it, but I use it just about every time I craft, so it's out a lot. It's also helpful for picking up little bits of paper (in case you enjoy paper piecing or working with die cuts).
I use this one too and love it!! PLUS it's beautiful!! You can get refills too.
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I use a nail tool with the wax tip when I craft at home. However, I needed an inexpensive tool to use with some senior ladies and ordered a set of the wax pencils. They are working just fine and are a great substitute for the more expensive tools. I've also used little birthday candles in a pinch!

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I have the Stampin' Up Tool-in-One, but I am looking at the Marvy "Jewel Picker," recommended by Jennifer McGuire.
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I have had the Crystal Katana for about 10 years I keep it in the case and it still works great. Before that I had bees wax drops on a toothpick and they worked great also I would try the china marker before I invested 30 dollars today unless your doing those bead pictures or using tons of sequins!
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[QUOTE=Theresa Romani;22207487]I have the Stampin' Up Tool-in-One, but I am looking at the Marvy "Jewel Picker," recommended by Jennifer McGuire.
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I had that one first and found that in just a few months it lost it's sticky. I tried rinsing it with water, washing it with a little bit of water and dawn dish soap - nada. You'll notice she doesn't use it in her more recent videos.
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I had that one first and found that in just a few months it lost it's sticky. I tried rinsing it with water, washing it with a little bit of water and dawn dish soap - nada. You'll notice she doesn't use it in her more recent videos.
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Minimalist/cheapo here - beeswax on a toothpick.
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I had that one first and found that in just a few months it lost it's sticky. I tried rinsing it with water, washing it with a little bit of water and dawn dish soap - nada. You'll notice she doesn't use it in her more recent videos.
On the website they recommend using tape to remove oil and dust, and if that doesn't work buff lightly with a bit of fine sand paper. That should bring it back to sticky....Haven't needed to try it yet myself. I use this tool but also just use bent tip tweezers (not the super pointy ones though).
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Sasha Reade uses a chopstick with a wad of blue tack on the end for her pick-up tool. Super cheap & easy to replace the blue tack if it loses its stick. I have the Crystal Katana. I got it some years ago at Hobby Lobby when they still had their 40% coupons. It saved me about $10, so I figured it was worth it. I started with the Marvy Jewel Picker, but mine lost its stick - on BOTH ends! - & nothing I did would restore it. So I sadly chucked it & got the Crystal Katana. My only complaint about the Crystal Katana is the wax tip hardens & won't stick to things. I solve the problem by just rolling the tip rapidly in my hands for several seconds to warm & soften it. Other than that, I think it works pretty well. I kind of wonder if other such tools, like the Studio Katia one or Gina K's have the same issue. Anyway, I would say Sasha's solution is probably the cheapest I've ever seen. Just my two-cents' worth.
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Oh good...I thought I had imagined the expensive tool. Thanks! LOL Yes that is it. I thought it was the bamboo handle but they have another one same price too.

I might go with the studio katia wax tip. Wish it had a cap. I like paper piecing so I have more reason and a wider handle is good for me for grip stability.

Good tip on the warming it up Andrea! Thanks!
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Another “repurposed” item I’ve used are the little wax sticks you usually have when you get metal braces (do they even do those anymore?). I think you can purchase them at Walmart or a pharmacy.
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Love the many suggestions & comments on lasting quality. The QuickStik (WeRMK) doesn't offer refills, and it didn't even last a year, so once this bitty smidge of sticky putty goes, I must move on. My vision no longer works so well with tweezers vs. sequins, so a sticky tool just helps me better.
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I did a comparison video:
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Colored pencils?!?! Who knew!!! Thank you for this great video!
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Thanks a bunch for the video comparison, Queen Pam!
Your Quick Stik responds just like mine has. I never realized there might be tools that release the bling!
I have ordered the Studio Katia, which appears to have a large tip much like the Crystal Katana with a lesser cost. I hope it works as well as your CK!
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Queen Pam, thank you for the review video. I may try the pencil. I basically use my fingers, which doesn’t work as well as the pencil looks to work.
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That's not a "colored" pencil- it's the wax pencil I mentioned earlier- look close and you'll see the Chinese characters running down the side. They are currently $5.24 for ten, just got mine in the mail last week. Each will last for years, sharpen when necessary.
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That's not a "colored" pencil- it's the wax pencil I mentioned earlier- look close and you'll see the Chinese characters running down the side. They are currently $5.24 for ten, just got mine in the mail last week. Each will last for years, sharpen when necessary.
Thank you for clarifying. I saw those on Amazon.
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Thank you for clarifying. I saw those on Amazon.
It was her error- I don't think a plain colored pencil would work, since the lead is harder than the wax pencil. I didn't want anybody to rush to buy something that wasn't going to work. I can guarantee the wax pencil works fine (and they're CHEAP!)
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